Leading Lodge Shares Some History About Their Journey With Wingshooting
The sport of wingshooting is highly popular in Alabama and its surrounds. It is more than merely a sport, it is a tradition
kept alive for generations. For as many years, the name Westervelt Lodge is synonymous with the outstanding sport and
remains a hot favourite throughout all of Alabama. Here hunters from all over the country gather to enjoy hours of
endless hunting and even more of socialising around the fireplace, remembering everything of the day of fun and
excitement. For many of these hunters, the Westervelt Lodge is home away from home during the hunting season. Their
team is making all the necessary preparations weeks in advance to simply be sure that these lodges cater to all the needs
of their wingshooting guests and is ready to welcome them upon arrival.
The Westervelt Lodge has a long and rich history when it comes to all kinds of fowl hunting but their history with how
wingshooting became such a vital part of their service portfolio tells a tale of passion for the sport and commitment to
delivering nothing but the best.
It was already as far back as 1974, when the owners of the lodge opted to add skeet and trap fields do their estate and
within a mere four years later, they could offer the popular sport in the region for the first time on their property. The
lodge instantly became a popular destination when it was wingshooting season.
This development nicely complemented their already well-deserved title as an outstanding whitetail lodge. Today, their
visitors can enjoy a jampacked season filled with a range of activities. Here hunters can enjoy dove and quail hunting,
but they also offer mixed bag hunting. With the latter option, hunters can shoot up to 15 quail, 4 chukar and 2 pheasants.
The lodge offers the full hunting experience and the price you pay for your stay in the wingshooting lodge includes the
assistance of guides and dogs and they take care of all transportation to the hunting field and back.